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    hjtop is offline Newbie
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    Smile which one sounds more correct?

    hiya, all!

    i have a question.

    which one sounds more accurate?

    1. i don't know where to go for my vacation.

    2. i don't know where to go on my vacation.

    if possible, could you explain why you support either one?

    thanks in advance.

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    Re: which one sounds more correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by hjtop View Post
    hiya, all!

    i have a question.

    which one sounds more accurate?

    1. i don't know where to go for my vacation.

    2. i don't know where to go on my vacation.

    if possible, could you explain why you support either one?

    thanks in advance.
    I'm sure you'll get a more complete answer from an AmE speaker (where they use "vacation") but in BrE:

    I don't know where to go on holiday.

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    hjtop is offline Newbie
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    Re: which one sounds more correct?

    thx, but let me ask one more,

    is it grammartically correct to say or write 'go on my vacation' ?

    if i'm right, we've got to say 'go on (a) vacation'.

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